Called up to U.S. Under-20 National Team training camp in May 2014 … Was a member of U.S. Under-17 and Under-18 National Teams … Helped lead the U.S. U-17s to a Nordic Cup Championship in Denmark in 2010.
Played in 15 games, missing all of October with a foot fracture … Scored one goal versus San Diego and recorded an assist in the Arizona State and Harvard games.
Scored the championship-winning goal in the seventh minute of overtime in the NCAA Championship game against Florida State … The goal was selected UCLA’s Play of the Year … Ranked third on the team in scoring with seven goals, four of which were game-winners … Three of her seven goals came in NCAA Tournament play … Played in 24 games and had 10 starts … Following soccer season, she saw action as a pinch runner for the UCLA softball team in 11 early-season games … Scored four runs and had one stolen base.
Three-year member of both the ODP Region-IV Team and the Cal South State Team … Team captain of the Cal South Team that won a national championship in 2011 … NSCAA Youth All-American (2011) … Listed as the No. 13 recruit in the country according to Top Drawer Soccer … Four-year letterwinner at Yucaipa High School … Four-time All-CIF selection … Holds the school record for career goals with 127 … Also holds the single-season record with 44 … San Bernardino Sun Player of the Year (2008 and 2010) … Riverside Press-Enterprise All-Area Co-Player of the Year (2010) … Four-year Scholar-Athlete recipient … Also played basketball and ran track in high school … Co-Most Valuable Athlete in track … Played club soccer for Legends FC … Helped the team to three Cal South National Cup Championships and also led the team in scoring … Played with national runner-up SoCal FC during the 2015 WPSL season.
Full name is Kodi Jo Lavrusky … Born on Mar. 13, 1994 in Fontana, Calif. … Parents are Charles and Nancy … Older sister is Ashley … Enjoys drawing, listening to music and longboarding … Admires Argentine National Team star Lionel Messi … Played Little League baseball with boys until the age of 12 … Made the All-Star team every year … History major.